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Monday, July 14, 2014

Penis Size Really Doesn't Matter

There are still many men who are stuck stigma, that the size of masculinity is very dependent on the size of the "weapons" it. Indeed, the fair if he worried about size, because it concerns self-esteem in the eyes of her partner. Not a few men who feel small penis size or not in line with expectations, which then trigger a psychological barrier to result in erectile dysfunction.

Psychological barriers that begins with low self-esteem, shyness or lack confidence. Psychological barriers grew stronger as their partner reacted as if confirming that penis size does not fit with the expectations as well.
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Penis Size Really Doesn't Matter

As a result, not infrequently a man is looking for ways to enlarge the size of the "weapons" it. Some used medically, but not a few who use non-medical way.

Effective is it? The results urologist from St Peter's Andrology Center in London, England, Nim Christopher was concluded the opposite results.

Christopher and his team colleagues interviewed 42 men who have gone through penis enlargement surgery. From interviews it was found that the level of discontent of the patients is very high. In fact, among patients often ask for a surgical procedure done again.

Dissapointed with Your penis size?

In a report in the Journal of European Urology, Christopher argued that the average penis length increased 1.3 cm, but the level of patient dissatisfaction exceeds 70 percent.

Believe it or not, a survey conducted by a women's magazine in Indonesia, showed that more than 50 percent of women in Indonesia was disappointed not to get sexual satisfaction during intercourse because of erectile dysfunction and premature ejakuliasi. Almost no one suggests dissatisfaction comes from the size of the penis is too small.

It seems indeed necessary changes in the stigmatic men see the essence of intimate relationships. Surely women are not only looking for mere physical gratification. The women also seek emotional vibrations, feeling loved, to feel treated special, valued, and intimacy with a partner.

There are no studies that examine the average penis size of Indonesia, but generally not much different from the size of the penis are found in one region of Asia, which is 8-11 cm flaccid and erect 12-14 cm in diameter 3.2 cm .

An interesting fact, penis size matters more troubled by his own men rather than women. Husband-wife relationship in harmony is not determined by the size of the penis. Beautiful sex is determined by the creativity and communication each partner.

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Saturday, November 5, 2011

what is spinal meningitis?

What is meningitis

Meningitis is an inflammation of the membranes (meninges) surrounding the brain and spinal cord, usually infectious disease is spreading. Swelling associated with meningitis often triggers the signs and symptoms of this condition, including headache, fever and neck stiffness to anyone aged 2 years and above.

Many cases of meningitis caused by a viral infection, but bacterial and fungal infections can also cause meningitis. Based on the causes of infection, meningitis can disappear by itself within two weeks or can be life-threatening emergencies.

What are the symptoms?

In those aged 2 years and above signs and symptoms include:

  • High fever
  • Severe headache
  • Stiff neck
  • Vomiting or nausea with headache
  • Confusion or trouble concentrating-on those who are young can be seen by the inability to set eye contact
  • Convulsions
  • Sleepy or difficult to wake
  • Sensitive to light
  • Lack of appetite or drinking
  • Skin rashes in some cases, such as viral or meningococcal meningitis

Signs and symptoms in newborns include:

  • High fever
  • Continuous crying
  • Too much sleep or irritability
  • Off
  • No appetite
  • Bulge in the soft spot on baby's head
  • Foot on the body and the baby's neck
  • Convulsions

Meningitis is usually caused by a viral infection, but also can be caused by bacterial infection. Fungi can also cause meningitis. Because bacterial infection is the most serious and life-threatening, the identification of the source of infection is an important part of treatment planning. Meningitis can also be caused by non-infectious, such as drug allergies, some types of cancer and inflammatory diseases such as lupus

Types of Meningitis

Bacterial meningitis (meningitis due to bacteria)

Acute bacterial meningitis usually occurs when bacteria enter the bloodstream and migrate to the brain and spinal cord. But it also can occur when bacteria directly invade the membrane, as a result of ear or sinus infections or damage to the skull.

Some bacteria that can cause acute bacterial meningitis in general include:

Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumococcus)

These bacteria are the most common cause of meningitis in infants, children and adults. Generally caused by pneumonia or ear or sinus infections.
Neisseria meningitis (meningococcus). This bacterium is another cause of meningitis. Meningitis is usually occurs when bacteria from an upper respiratory infection enter the bloodstream. The infection is highly contagious.

Haemophilus influenzae (Haemophilus).

Before the 1990s, the bacterium Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) became the leading cause of bacterial meningitis in children. But new Hib vaccine drastically reduce the number of cases of this type of meningitis. This type of meningitis occur tend to come from upper respiratory infections, ear infections or sinusitis.

Listeria monocytogenes (listeria)

. These bacteria can be found almost anywhere-soil, dust or contaminated food. Many wild animals and livestock also carry the bacteria.

Viral meningitis (viral meningitis)

Each year the virus causes greater than bacterial meningitis. Viral meningitis is usually mild and often disappear by themselves within two weeks. Enteroviruses are known to cause 30 percent of viral meningitis. Common signs and symptoms of enterovirus infections are rash, sore throat, diarrhea, joint pain and headaches. Other viruses such as herpes simplex, La Crosse, West Nile and others can also cause viral meningitis.

Chronic meningitis

Form of chronic meningitis occurs when organisms invade the membranes and fluid surrounding the brain. Although acute meningitis attack suddenly, chronic meningitis develops in two weeks or more. Signs and symptoms of chronic meningitis similar to those of acute meningitis. This type langka.Fungal meningitis meningitis (meningitis caused by fungi)

This type of meningitis is relatively uncommon and cause chronic meningitis. Can resemble acute bacterial meningitis. Cryptococcal meningitis is a common form of fungi that attack the immune system decline, such as AIDS. Can be life threatening if not treated promptly.

Risk factors Of Meningitis:

Of age. Many cases of meningitis occurred in under 5 years of age.
Being on the social environment in which social contact takes place that facilitate the spread of many factors that cause meningitis, for example schools, military camps, campus, etc..

Pregnancy. If you are pregnant then you are experiencing an increase in listeriosis, an infection caused by listeria bacteria, which also cause meningitis. If you have listeriosis, a fetus in the womb you also have the same risk.
Working with farm animals which may increase the risk of listeria, which can also cause meningitis.
Having a weak immune system.

Prevention of Meningitis

  • Wash your hands properly to avoid causing the infection.
  • Stay healthy. Keep your immune system to function properly with enough rest, exercise regularly and eat healthy and nutritious foods.
  • Shut your mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing.
  • If you are pregnant, be careful with what you consume.
  • If you suspect you or someone in your family have meningitis, seek immediate medical help. Early treatment can prevent complications.

Heart Irregular Beat (Arrhythmias)

Definition of Normal Heart Rate

In the normal state and the rest, the adult heart will beat regularly between 60-100 beats / minute. The speed of the heart rate is determined by the speed of electrical signals originating from the pacemaker, the SA node. Electrical signals from the SA node to flow through the second platform, causing the second platform to contract the blood flow into the second chamber. This electrical signal then flows through the AV node reaches the second chamber. This causes the two chambers to contract and pump blood throughout the body produces pulses (pulse). This regular electric flux from the SA node to AV node causing irregular contraction of the heart muscle known as the sinus rate (sinus beat). The period of rest, the speed of electrical signals from the SA node is slow, so the heart beats too slowly. Exercise time or time is of the excitement, the speed of electrical signals from the SA node to heart rate too fast so be quick.

Tachycardia that occurs because of rapid expenditure electrical signals by the SA node is called sinus tachycardia. Sinus tachycardia is usually rapid contraction of the normal heart in response to a condition or illness. Sinus tachycardia can cause palpitations. Causes of sinus tachycardia include pain, fever, excessive thyroid hormone, low blood oxygen levels, coffee and drugs such as cocaine and amphetamines. Within this scope it is sinus tachycardia is an adequate answer from the heart to stress, and this does not indicate a heart muscle disease, heart valves and electrical conduction system. However, in some patients, sinus tachycardia can be a symptom of heart failure or significant heart valve disease.

Symptoms of Arrhythmia Heart Irregular Beat


Arrhythmia is a pattern and / or a rapid change from a normal heart rate. Some patients are completely unaware of the arrhythmia. Others have complained of symptoms including palpitations, feeling or vibration heart leap, dizziness, shortness of breath or chest pain.

In tachycardias and bradycardias may be a shortage of blood flow to the brain, coronary arteries and other body parts. Poor blood flow to the brain may cause dizziness or loss of consciousness or fainting (syncope). Poor blood supply to the coronary arteries causing angina. Inadequate blood supply to other parts of the body causes fatigue and shortness of breath.

Causes of Arrhythmia


In some patients, arrhythmias caused by heart muscle disease, heart valve or coronary arteries. In patients with arrhythmias may simply reflect other diseases of the heart's electrical system where the remaining other heart healthy. Other causes of arrhythmias include medications, excessive alcohol, excessive thyroid hormone levels, low blood oxygen levels, stress and smoking.
Atrial tachycardias

Examples of atrial tachycardias, including atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, and paroxysmal atrial tachycardia (PAT). Arrhythmias, these arrhythmias occur due to electrical disturbances in the atria and / or the AV node causes rapid heartbeat.

Atrial fibrillation is a common atrial tachycardia. In atrial fibrillation several of rapid electrical signals and chaotic "light up" from different regions in the atria, rather than from only one region in the SA node pacemaker. These signals in turn causes a rapid contraction of the ventricles and irregular. The causes of atrial fibrillation include heart attack, high blood pressure, heart failure, mitral valve disease (such as mitral valve prolapse), overactive thyroid, blood clots in the lungs (pulmonary embolism), excessive alcohol, emphysema, and inflammation of heart lining (pericarditis).

Atrial flutter is an atrial filbrillation version of a more irregular (less chaotic) when the electrical signal "lights" in the atria. The conditions that cause atrial fibrillation can also lead to atrial flutter. Treatment of atrial flutter with atrial fibrillation treatment.

Paroxysmal Atrial Tachycardia (PAT) represents a series of irregular heartbeat and rapid derived from the atrium. Patients with PAT believed to have abnormalities in the AV node relay station that cause the "ignition" fast electrical impulses from the atria are stepping (bypas) AV node in terentu conditions. These conditions include alcohol excess, stress, coffee, overactive thyroid or excessive thyroid hormone drinks and certain drugs. PAT is an example of an arrhythmia where the abnormality in the electrical system while the heart muscle and normal heart valves.

Ventricular Arrhythmias


Ventricular arrhythmias are rapid arrhythmia originating from the lower heart chambers (ventricles). Ventricular arrhythmias including ventricular tachycardia and ventricular fibrillation. Ventricular tachycardia is a rapid irregular arrhythmia originating from the ventricle. Ventricular fibrillation is an irregular arrhythmia that is the result of multiple electrical signals rapidly and irregularly that "fired" from many different areas in the ventricles.

Ventricular tachycardia and ventricular fibrillation is a life-threatening arrhythmias are commonly associated with heart attacks or scarring of the heart muscle from previous heart attack. For further information please read the heart attack. The cause of ventricular arrhythmias are less common include severe heart muscle failure (cardiomyopathy), drug toxicity (such as toxicity digoxin / Lanoxin), side effects of drugs and blood electrolyte disturbances (such as low levels postasium). Ironically some of the drugs used for treatment of ventricular arrhythmias can cause tachycardias.

Diseases SA node, AV node and conduction system in the ventricles can cause slow arrhythmias (bradycardias). Drugs Calcium channel blockers, such as verapamil (Calan), beta-blockers, such as propanolol (Inderal) and digoxin (Lanoxin) can cause bradycardias. These drugs can also seriously aggravate bradycardias in patients already suffering from the disease in the SA node, AV node and other parts of the conduction system. Although some patients do not experience any ill effects of bradycardia, but serious bradycardias which can cause low blood pressure (shock) and syncope.
Premature contractions

Initial heart rate that does not originate from the SA node pacemaker called a premature contractions. Premature atrial contractions (PACs) and premature ventricular contractions (PVCs) can be caused by stress, coffee, smoking and excessive alcohol drinking. In general, PACs and PVCs are not associated with significant heart disease if they are rare and isolated incidence.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Keep your heart stay healthy!

A healthy heart is key to having a healthy life

The heart is a hollow muscular organ that pumps blood through blood vessels by repeated rhythmic contractions. Function plays an important role in the circulatory system. Here are some tips to keep your heart To be able to beat much longer:

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Routine blood pressure check

Schedule a routine blood pressure checks. It is critically important to maintain blood pressure to remain normal.

Avoid foods Berkolestrol

Avoid, or at least reducing the foods that contain cholesterol and saturated fat. Agar, blood vessels that normally drain blood to the heart muscles can not clogged or hardened.

Reducing meat consumption

Reducing meat consumption is excessive. Remember, saturated fats can lead to heart disease, obesity, cancer, and diabetes.

Exercise Routine

Exercise regularly. Many benefits can be found in this activity. Among them reduce stress, maintain blood pressure, burn fat, strengthen the immune system, and of course make you feel happy after doing it.

Avoid stress

Avoid stress, to prevent high blood pressure and keep your weight from the normal rate.

Stay away from Cigarettes and Alcohol


Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol. Smokers have a two times greater chance of developing heart disease.

Inevitably, there's no better countermeasures to prevent disease and heart attacks, in addition to a healthy lifestyle. However, there are some substances that are believed to be able to reduce or increase the risk of disease and heart attacks, among others:

1. Alicin substances contained in garlic may help maintain heart health.

2. The discovery, published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology reveals consumption Vitamin C supplements may reduce the risk of heart disease.

3. Consumption of salt can increase blood pressure. In low-salt diet experiments indicate riskup to 25% of heart disease and heart attack risk by 20%.

4. Consumption of foods that can maintain heart health such as Salmon, Tomato, Olive Oil,Wheat, Almond, and Apple.

Coffee doesn't Raises Risk of Hypertension

Coffee is often to be the enemy of the people with high blood pressure or hypertension, including heart disease and stroke. However, a study in the United States revealed that there was no evidence coffee may increase the risk of disease.

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The habit of drinking 3 cups of coffee

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in the journal report research results after combining with previous studies, which examined the respondent 170,000 people. "The habit of drinking 3 cups of coffee a day had nothing to do with an increased risk of hypertension," said Liwey Chen, Public Health researcher from the University of Louisiana at New Orleans.

But this does not mean that drinking lots of coffee had no risk at all. The risk of hypertension for those who drank three cups of coffee a day of course is slightly different than those who drank less than 3 cups.

coffee does not pose a risk of high blood pressure

"In my opinion, coffee does not pose a risk of high blood pressure," said Lawrence Krakoff, researchers from Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York.

According Krakoff, the relationship between coffee and high blood pressure is difficult to explain. Thus, the effect is certainly different for each person. Genetic background can also determine how people respond to coffee. Drinking coffee in large quantities may be safe for a person. But it can be dangerous to others.